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Elizabeth Olsen ‘hooking up with Hiddleston’

Published 07/05/2015

Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen
Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen and her I Saw the Light co-star Tom Hiddleston are said to be enjoying a casual romance with each other.

The 26-year-old actress filmed I Saw the Light, a biographical musical based on country singer Hank Williams, with co-star Tom last year from October to December.

The pair portray spouses in the movie and it appears their fictional romance has inspired a real-life love affair.

“They have been hooking up,” an insider told Us Weekly magazine.

However it’s claimed the rumoured lovebirds don’t appear to be too serious at the moment.

“It’s casual,” the source noted.

Despite the fact they’re just having fun right now, apparently Elizabeth and Tom are smitten with each other enough to make sure to frequently “text when they’re apart”.

Elizabeth split from fiancé Boyd Holbrook in January, with the pair having been engaged since March 2014.

And it’s believed her dalliance with Tom is proving to be emotionally reinvigorating.

“She wants to make a new life for herself,” the source said. “She’s having fun.”

Elizabeth’s previous relationship with Boyd also began on a movie set. The couple started dating after they co-starred in drama Very Good Girls, which also featured Dakota Fanning, Demi Moore and Richard Dreyfuss.

They were together for three years before becoming engaged to wed.

Elizabeth previously noted she wasn’t in the slightest bit concerned about planning a wedding with Boyd.

"I'm relaxed about it, but I am excited and planning ideas because it's fun—it's just like throwing a party to celebrate life,” she told Marie Claire UK. "I love being in a relationship a lot."

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